The rally is open to the public and begins at 1 p.m.
India produces most of the world's jabs but its own vaccination drive appears to be struggling.
Police rushed to the scene of the reported shooting at an industrial park in Bryan, Texas, on Thursday afternoon.
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An island tribe in the South Pacific which has worshiped Prince Philip as a god for decades is thinking of establishing a political movement in the wake of his death. While the Duke of Edinburgh had a reputation for making politically incorrect remarks about other cultures, from Australian Aborigines to the Chinese, on the volcanic island of Tanna in Vanuatu he is held in high esteem. A cluster of villages that worshiped him as a living deity held grief-stricken meetings on Saturday to decide how to commemorate his death. Their plan to set up a political party is not as unlikely as it sounds – a rival cult on Tanna called the John Frum Movement formed a political party some years ago and even managed to send an MP to the national parliament in Port Vila, the capital of Vanuatu. Prince Philip latest news and funeral plans
U.S. and Iranian officials clashed on Friday over what sanctions the United States should lift to resume compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal, with Washington predicting an impasse if Tehran sticks to a demand that all sanctions since 2017 be removed. The two nations laid out tough stances as indirect talks in Vienna on how to bring both back into full compliance with the agreement wound up for the week, with some delegates citing progress. The talks, in which European Union officials are shuttling between the remaining parties to the deal and the United States, aim to restore the bargain at the core of the agreement - restrictions on Iran's nuclear activities in exchange for the lifting of U.S. and other international sanctions.
The star, who appeared on the seventh series of Big Brother in 2006, had been fighting anorexia.
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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex will not attend funeral Prince Philip's funeral plans revealed Obituary | HRH Prince Philip - 1921 to 2021 Peaceful passing reflects a remarkable life lived in self-effacing dignity The Duke’s life in pictures Britain enters into national mourning - what it means Prince Charles has paid tribute to his "dear Papa," the Duke of Edinburgh, saying he will miss him "enormously." In a statement released this evening, Prince Charles described his father as "a very special person" who "has given the most remarkable, devoted service to The Queen, to my family and to the country, but also to the whole of the Commonwealth." The Prince of Wales added that he was appreciative of the outpouring of support from the public. "We are, my family, deeply grateful for all that. It will sustain us in this particular loss and at this particularly sad time. Thank you." The Duke of Edinburgh's funeral will take place at St George’s Chapel at 3pm on Saturday, at which time there will be a national minute's silence. The guestlist will be confirmed on Thursday, but the Duchess of Sussex will definitely not be attending on the advice of her doctor. Prince Harry is expected to be there, while Prime Minister Boris Johnson has offered his seat to a member of the Royal family, given that there is a limit of 30 people allowed to attend. The funeral will be fully televised on the BBC. Follow the latest updates below.
- Miami Herald
The Miami Heat will be without one starting guard indefinitely and could be without its backup shooting guard to begin a four-game road trip in Portland.
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The Twitter account of Britain's royal family has featured a tribute Queen Elizabeth II gave to Prince Philip for the couple's 50th wedding anniversary. An excerpt from a speech the queen made in 1997 was posted Saturday, the day after Philip died at age 99. “He has, quite simply, been my strength and stay all these years, and I, and his whole family, and this and many other countries, owe him a debt greater than he would ever claim, or we shall ever know,” Elizabeth said of her husband in the anniversary speech.
- LA Times
The Angels waited out a rain delay that pushed back the first pitch by more than 2½ hours and then were crushed 15-1 by the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday.
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Here’s what to know for Saturday’s NASCAR race at Martinsville Speedway under the lights.
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Gift Aid would not have happened were it not for the Duke of Edinburgh, the Chief executive of Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) has said. The Duke of Edinburgh had been the patron of CAF, which helps to get resources into the charity sector, since it was founded as an independent organisation in 1974. When he stepped down from public life in 2017 the CAF was one of the few charities that the Duke chose to remain a patron of and in paying tribute to him the charity thanked the Duke for his “irreplaceable and invaluable contribution”. One such contribution is that of Gift Aid, which Neil Heslop, Chief executive at CAF, said would probably have not happened without him. “He played a very important role in the middle eighties, he brought together a number of people in an initiative that ultimately led to the creation of gift aid, which was an incredibly important reform that was implemented in tax arrangements, channelling an enormous amount of funding. “That may or may not have happened without him, I suspect not,” he told the Telegraph. In 1985, the Duke presided over a meeting to look at how to increase corporate support for charitable organisations and public understanding of the sector. Some of those at that meeting went on to form the Council for Charitable Support, whose members encouraged the government to create what is now known as Gift Aid. Gift Aid was introduced in the Finance Act 1990 for donations given after 1 October 1990, but was originally limited to cash gifts of £600 or more. The scheme is now available to charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs). It means they can claim an extra 25p from HMRC for every £1 you donate. Gift Aid means millions of pounds extra go to the charity sector and Mr Heslop said the Duke’s contribution is “counted literally in the billions of pounds”. Last year, CAF worked with philanthropists and corporations to get in excess of 700 million pounds into the sector into roughly 70,000 charities and 100 countries. Mr Heslop continued: “He has been a key part of building the organisation up to that kind of level of contribution. “His contribution was quite profound. I genuinely think his contribution has been unique. I certainly can't think of another example of an individual who made the kind of contribution that he did.” Mr Heslop said the money the Duke helped raise has had a “very direct, profound impact for millions and millions of people around the world.” The Duke was patron, president or a member of over 780 organisations, which even after his retirement he continued to be associated with, although he no longer played an active role by attending engagements. In a tribute posted on their Twitter account CAF said: “The Duke of Edinburgh has been our Patron since 1974. “He was a respected and much loved supporter of the Charities Aid Foundation as well as hundreds of other charities and organisations. His irreplaceable and invaluable contribution to CAF and our nation will be sorely missed.”
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Who had the best night for the Rangers the night after being no-hit?
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The Knicks were down and almost out. “We needed it bad,” All-Star Julius Randle said. RJ Barrett scored 20 points, making a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 1:15 left in overtime, and New York used a late rally to stun the Memphis Grizzlies 133-129 on Friday night.
- LA Times
Windward girls' basketball coach Vanessa Nygaard will join the WNBA's Las Vegas Aces as an assistant coach.
The ceremony is split over two days for the first time, with more winners to be revealed on Sunday.
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Rain forced the postponement of the NASCAR Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway after just 42 laps Saturday night, setting up a doubleheader Sunday. Denny Hamlin passed pole-sitter Joey Logano just four laps into the race and led the rest of the way until light drizzle intensified and the drivers were told to come down pit road for a red flag delay. Conditions on the track were good, but pit road was very wet.
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None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. New Georgia voting law is far stricter than that in Colorado CLAIM: Major League Baseball moved the All-Star game to Colorado because Georgia now requires voter ID, but Colorado has the same requirement. THE FACTS: Colorado does not require a photo identification card to vote, while Georgia’s new law requires voters to use such IDs to request vote-by-mail ballots and existing state law requires them for voting in person.
- The State
The Cup Series completed 42 laps after a long rain delay and before the skies opened up again Saturday night.
A Proud Boys leader is arguing he shouldn't be sent back to jail, since other accused Capitol rioters are being beaten and threatened by guards
Ethan Nordean of Washington is one of the Proud Boys' leaders who is accused of leading members into the US Capitol building on Jan. 6.
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Vice President Mike Pence pleaded with the acting defense secretary to 'clear the Capitol' as pro-Trump rioters overran the building, report says
The Associated Press obtained an internal Pentagon document that detailed the call, which came after rioters had overrun the building.